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THE 1970 





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Faculty and Administration page 5 

Classes page 1\ 

Activities page 71 

Sports page 87 

Advertisements page 97 



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Dedicated To The Students 
Whose Venture This Is 




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Mr. E.E. Brickell, Superintendent of Schools 



Our thanks to Mr. Perkinson who has led Kempsville Junior 
High through its first year and given us a school we are proud to 
be a part of. 




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Office Staff 




Mrs. Bernette Gregory, Bookkeeper Miss Lynda Regel, Secretary 



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Guidance 



Mr. Robert L. Gordon 
Guidance Director 




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Faculty 





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Faculty 




Mrs. Rose Edwards 
Physical Education 



Mrs. Edith Eidson 
Science 



Miss Gloria Fay 
Math-^^ 



Mr. Jack Flanagan 
Band 



Mrs. Blanche Hedgepeth 
Science 



Mrs. Linda Kostelac 
English-Spanish 




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Mrs. Sara Sadler 
P.E.-Math 




Mrs. Peggy jutto n 
English 




Faculty 



Mrs. Judy Scharle 
Speech -General Business 




Mr. John Stahl 
Industrial /?rT§ 




Mrs. Tommy Teel 
German 



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Ninth Grade 



Susan Albrecht 
Lowell Alderman 
David Allegood 
-Raymond Allen 



Bobby Ambrose 
Gary Ambrose 
Mike Andrews 
Rita Andrews 



Debbi Anderson 
Donna Anderson 
Steve Angelo 
Sheila Ansell 



Dale Anthony 
Carl Archer 
Mike Askew 
Douglas Ashby 





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Natalie Biidsong 
Donna Blackburn 
Pat Blanton 
Jeff Bleh 



Cynthia Boggs 
Ronnie Bond 
Sybil Bonney 
Diane Boyd 



Jana Bowles 
Cindy Brannen 
Dean Braver 
JoAnn Brazier 



Susie Brewer 
Cher>i Briden 
Tommy Brinkle\ 
Rex Brooks 








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Alexis Brown 
Bobby Brown 
"Debbie Brown 
Jeffrey Brown 
Nancy Brown 



Percell Brown 
Rober ta Brown 
Teddy Bruns 
Patty Bryant 
Vicki Buchanan 



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Julia Chapman 
Stanley Chapman 
Tommy Chovvnsv^ 
Chris Clark - ' 
Ernie Clark 



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Godfrey Grier 
Lawrence Guess 
Robert Gunter 
Sherie Gwin 
Gene Hagen 




Paul Hickman 
Ann Higgins 
Carolyn Hill 
Ernie HUl 




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John Rittcr 
Carl Robare 
Paul Roberson 
James Roberts 




Bridgctt Robinson 
Cheryl Robinson 
Debbie Robinson 
Diana Roberson 



Franeie Robinson 
Larry Robinson 
Patricia Rogan 
Anne Roliinsv,--' 



Danny Rose 
Leshe Ross 
Patti RudisilJ 
Debra Rumberger 



Karen Rush 
Joe Rusnock 
Rocetta Russell 
Sharon Samson 



Vicky Sanderlin 
Quinton Sanderson 
^ — ^^^H Fred Sawyer " 



Ricky Sawyer 



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Geraldine Sheppard 
Judy Sherman 
George Shevok 
Joe Shimandle 




Curt Smith 
Delorise Smith 
EUen Smith 
Geneva Smith 



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Stuart Sullivan 
Denise Sumner 
Nancy Sutton 
Stuart Swain 



Emma Tabron 
Michael Tackett 
Kathi Tapscott 
Bruce Taylor 



Susan Taylor 
James Tegeler 
Kathie Temple ton 
Dream a Thomas 



Mike Tierney 
Debbie Tluchak 
Mary Jane Toombs 
Christie Topolski 





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Eighth Grade 




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Milton Burfort 
John Buscher*''' 
Raymond Butler 
Ricky Butt^ 
^eyin Byrdx^ 



Nanr y Ryrd 
Deborah Calvert 
David Ca mpbell;^ 
' Jo Anne Campbell 
i Barbara Canavan 



Dana Capron 
Mary Carman 
Karen Carpente r 
Terri Carpenter^ " 
Terry Carpej;^ 



Bruce Carter 

-tamie-f^aner 
Ricky Carve 11 
Joe Cavalo 



Robin Chanaud 
Thelma Cherry 
Harry Chetister 
Stephen Chobat 



Barry Clark 
Joey Claxton 
David Cla*^ /" 
Brad Clements^ 




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Karen Custer 
Gaston Dalton 
Webb DarreU 
Gail Davenport 




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Hilaric Hoffman 




Michael Hoover 




Mark Houchins 
Debbie Howard 
• Teresa HubbarcP 
William Huker 



Deborah Hunt 
Nelson Hunter'^ 
JTrnmy Hut chin son'' 
Ricky Hylton 






Sharon Ives 
Robin Jack so HT** 
Aleta Jenkins ••''^ 
Sharon Jennings^ 



Scherrye Jeter 
Debbie Johns 
Sharon John s 
Ann Johnson 
Connie Johnson 



John Johnson 
Keith Johnson 
Mike Johnson 
Sandra Johnson 
Sheri Johnson 





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Roger Mandigo 
'^ Susan Ma nn 
Tricia Mann 
Stephen Martin 




Angelic McCormick 
Lag us McCo y 
Michael McCoy 



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Terry McGUl 
Beth McGowa n 
James McKinney ^ 
Kathleen McNally 



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Diane McNulty 
Steven McMillen 
Kathy McPherson/ 
Mike McPherson 




Dallas Mooney 



Debbie Moore 
Jimmy Moore >• 



Steve Ncwbem 
Donnie Newconib ■ 
Francis Newman 
Jimmy Newman 



Skipper Newman 
Cynthia Newsome' 
Donna Newsome 
Hal Nicliols 



Polly Nielsen -"^ 
Anne Noblett^ 
Douglas Noyes 
Harold OehrU 



James O'Hara 
MarkO'Hara 
Stephen Olson 
David Orb an ' 





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Wayne Orndorff^ 
Dennis O Tool e 
" KTark Parker 
Jim Parsons 



Barba ra Passarie s 
Susamk Pate 
Dawn Patterson 
Donna Paul y 



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Robert Perry 
Sharon Perry 
Chris Peterson 
Sharon Pledger 



Kenneth Post 
James Powers 
Dan Price 
Kathy Price 



Richie Price 
Shane Price 
Aubrey Priddy 
Richard Proctor 



Paula Pruden 
Patricia Pugh 
Janice Pyc 
Ncda Raper 



Diana Rauschenbach 
"Ru ssell Reaves 
Uonald Rector* 
Anita Reed 



Tina Remicci •»* 
t'raig Rice_^ 
Warren Richardson 
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Alice Rieg 
Lynn Riser 
' jamei; Roaclf ^ 
Ken Roberson'' 



Debra Roberts 
Fvplyn Rnliert <'^ 
Michael Roe 
Patrick Roe 



Marie Rooks 
Cynthia Ross 
Larry Ross 
Jan Rowe 



Steve Royster 
Kathy Russ ^ 
Dawn Ryals 



Sheryl Sanderlin 
Fred Sanderson 
Matthew Sanderson 
Clarence Saunders 



Roger Savage 
Patricia Sawyer 
Mary Schafer 
David Schmitt 




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Ken Schneider 
David Schreiner 
Eddie Schumache 
Bobby Sclater 



Debbie Segresr 




Mark Sitterson 
Becky Skiles"^ 
William Slocum 
Billy Smith 




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^^Deborah Tyer 
Phillip Tyree 
Milloney Upton 
Susan Urso 




Gerry Watkins 
She rry Watkins 
Hetty Watson V 
Randal Watson / 
Albert Weeks 



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Frank Welch 
Leslie Welch 
Bob Wernick 
Janice White 



Karen White 
Linda White 
S anan Wik lcji: 
Debbie Wildman 



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Aldride Wilhams 
Beverlyn Williams 
Billy Williams 
David Williams 



Downs Williams 
Marilyn Williams 
Marilyn Williams 
Mike Williamj,^ 



Nathanial Williams 
Robert Williams 



Susan Williams 



Vernila Williams ^ 



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Vickie Williamson 
Holly Wilson 
John Wilson" ' 
Ray Wilson 
Robert Wilson--^ 



Paula Windschilfi 
wuber Win slow 
Karen Wise 
Debbie Witcher 
Steve Wetherington 



Steve Withers ^ . 

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Richard_Wittm an 
Mary Wombl& ^ 
Keith Wood 
Sue Wood 



^Vivian Woodruff 
"Sshiela Woolard 
^Allan Wright 
Doug Wright 



^Lee Ann Wright 
,^Joey Wrightson 

David Yarrington 

Ray Yoder 



Carolyn Young 
Kar en Youngblood 
Stephen You nt 
Evelyn Zukel. 

























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The Student Cooperative Association is a representative 
organization of the student body. It provides a means for students 
to communicate ideas and problems to the administration and for 
school officials to pass their desires to the student body. Programs 
sponsored by the S.C.A. consisted of school dances, presentations 
by guest speakers on subjects of current interest to students, and a 
special performance by the Navy Show Band. 



Serving as guides at Open House 




S.C.A. Representatives Row 1: Art Kohn, Pati Rudisill, Mark 
Barbee, Sharon Hensley, Nancy RatcUff, Jack Liles, Shirleen 
Miller, Kathy Hutchinson, Doug Lewis, Robert Neisler, Gary 
f ortune, Debbie Divelbiss. Row 2: Frank Welch, Susan Williams, 
Carolyn Hill, Martha Jones, Debbie Dobbs, Cindy Marshall, Bruce 



Bell. Row 3: Robert Maddo.x, Debbie Lewis, Mary Simmons, Vicki 
Cotton, Kathy Friesz, Robin Ackaway, Karen Conlon, Vicki 
Anderson, Cindy Morrisett, Mary Kennedy, Ida Hardison. Row 4: 
Paula Windschitl, Kathleen Foreman, Jeff Dozier, Randy Barnes, 
Pam Sloniker, Ronnie Crawford, Karen Young, Susan Smith. 



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The Smoke Signal 




Smoke Signal Staff 



Seated: Ann Watkins, Beth McGowan, Tony Tetterton, Connie 
Tuck, Wanda Cowan, Teresa Holt, Karen Conlon, Sybil Bonney, 
Shelley Arthur. Standing: Ida Hardison, Kathleen Foreman, Mike 



Thompson, Sheryl SanderUn, Cindy Marshall, Mary Love, Jeff 
Bunch. 



The Smoke Signal, advised by Mr. Kenneth Williams, has kept 
the school informed on all the activities taking place. Its aim has 
been to make the paper a credit to Kempsville Junior High and an 
example of outstanding journalism. 




Co-Editors Teresa Holt and Sybil Bonney 



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Art Club 

Art Club membership is open to any students taking Art 1. Its 
purpose is to foster interest in and participation in ail forms of art 
and to prepare art exhibitions in the school. A school-wide exhibit 
is planned for the spring. 



Officers: Jackie Criss, Vice-Pres.; April Jones, President; Linda 
Kirby, Treasurer; Bruce Taylor, Secretary. 




Members-Seated: Patti Baynard, Douglas Noyes, Debbie Murphy, Sharon Pledger, Connie O'Toole, Therese Hinson, Mary 
Divelbiss, Bonnie Jones, April Jones, John Orman, Keith Johnson, Murphy, Janice Beard, Beth McGowan, Lynda Kirby, Elizabeth 
Mike Collins, Russ Reaves. Standing: Jackie Criss, Frances Mason, Sponsor-Mrs. Alien. 



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German Club 




Members-Seated: Ken Moore, Donald Rector, Mark Freeman, Mike Harris, Karen Crawford, Sponsor-Mrs. Teel, Stuart Swain, 

Cindy Meridith, Donald Noel, Cindy Hall, Sharon Bamett, Karen Young, David Campbell, Jeff Funderburk, Teresa Holt, Art 

Charlene Nash, Joe Shimandle, David Beard, Steven Yount. Kohn, Vincent Seneker, Jack Koeneman, Brenda Wilkerson, Bruce 

Standing: Nat Jones, Sam Firebaugh, Jeff Simons, Rita Andrews, Permenter, Sybil Bonney, Betty Credle. 



"Der Deutsche Verein" or German Club was organized to 
further promote an interest in the German language, culture, and 
customs. Through club activities, we learn about the Germany 
which cannot be taught in the classroom. Some of our activities 
have included the learning of German beer drinking songs and a 
folk dance. In addition, a field trip was taken to Virginia State 
College to tour the language lab facihties. 



Joe Shimandle, Treasurer; Rita Andrews, 
Secretary; David Beard, President; Charlene 
Nash, Vice-Pres.; Jeff Simons, Program Chair- 
man. 




French Club 




Lc Cercle l-'rancais was organized to study the I rench 
civilization and to increase French vocabulary by speaking outside 
of class. We sing new songs, play games, and perform plays. Our 
activities include visits to other language labs and listening to 
speakers from other schools. 




Valeric Houck, Treasurer; Susan Taylor, Sec- 
retary; Godfrey Grier, Vice-Pres., Phyllis 
Ashley, President. 





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Members-Seated: Philip Grandfield, Laura Dennis, Robin Cross, Yvonne Whidbee, Martin Gibbs, Carl Knapp, Patricia Blanton. 
Susan Taylor, Godfrey Grier, Phyllis Ashley, Valerie Houck, | Standing: Philip Meadows, Sponsor, Mrs. Mercer, Walter Koehler. 




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Pep Club 

The purpose of the Pep Club is to support school spirit. The 
club is composed of students who have a lot of "Pep" and "Yell". 
The members attend sports events to back up the teams in an all 
out effort towards that big word SPIRIT. 




Tina Remicci, Vice Pres.; Wendy Settle, President; Sharon 
Kendrick, Sec.-Treas. 






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Members-Row 1: Patti McCulIough, Shirley Sherer, Ann Watkins, 
Debby Hunt, Anita Reed, Marie Cox, Shally Sharpe, Eleish 
Higgins, Beth McGowan, JoAnn Baynard. Row 2: Kim Davis, 
Cindy Meridith, Crystal Ward, C.I. Hoffman, Celia Nagle, Kathy 
Brown, Tina Remicci, Robin Jackson, Kay Fulcher, Karen 
Wliidbee, Tericia Throneberry. Row 3: Sharon Kendrick, Pam 



Bray, Robin Barton, Alexis Brown, Shannon Knight, Pati Rudisill, 
Debbie Goad, Sharon Hensley, Therese Hinton, Lynn Lee. Row 4: 
Wendy Settle, Cheryl White, Debi Ford, Debbie King, Karen 
McCartney, April Jones, Pat Blanton, Linda Stinson, Anne 
Higgins, Judy Banks. 



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Members-Seated: JoAnna Burroughs, Debbie Brown, Susan Standing: Mary Carmen, Pam Catalano, Marta Brown, Marilyn 
Miller, Vera Mann, JoAnn Baynard, Shirley Nash, Leslie Ross. Beiler. JoAnn Campbell. 




The F uture Homemakers have as a long-range goal for the year 
"Our World: A Growing Hertiage". The members hope to help the 
students of KJHS better understand themselves, the faculty, and 
school. Our heritage plays an important part in helping us become 
better citizens as we grow up in today's world. 



Debbie Brown, President; Pam Catalano, Vice-Pres.; Sandy Smith, 
Secretary; Angelick McCormic, Treasurer; Joanna Burroughs, 
Reporter; Leslie Ross, Historian. 

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Chorus 



The Choral Department of Kempsville Junior High consists of 
two mixed choruses and one girls Chorus. The Choruses presented 
two concerts during the year, a Christmas and Spring concert. The 
choral department plans to form a concert choir to which 
admission will be granted only by audition. 




Miss Clark directs us through one of our selections. 




Fourth Bell Chorus-Row 1; Rhonda Ewell, Trina Bamhart, 
Evelyn Zukel, Shelly Arthur, Cyndy Williams, Bemice Matthews, 
Melody Bogart, Nancy Dickinson, Renee Swayer, Debbie 
Ford- Accompanist, Frances Murphy. Row 2: Cyndy WiUiams, 
Mary Love, Diane Boyd, Anita Reed, Bonnie Parker, Terecia 
Throneberry, Debbie Lang, Linda Cramlet, Linda Slade, Bridget 



Robinson, Vicki Blair, Patricia Gentry. Row 3: Cheryl Robinson 
Ann Woodruff, Kathy Strange, Brenda Eaton, Michelle Machok 
Bonnie Anderson, Teresa Edge, Jan Bullock, Vicki White, Sharoi 
Coffelt, Kim WilUams, Barbara Schrappe, Kathy Brown. Row 4 
Bobby Traino, Percell Brown, Doug Ashby, Bobby Brown, Perr 
Camer, Kim Cook. 



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Second Bell Chorus-Row 1: Mary Kennedy, Wanda Cowan, Karen 
Conlon, Terri DeCook, Colleen Moore, Tina Traino, Susan Mann, 
Angela Davis, Judy Sherman— Accompanist, Dreama Thomas, 
Susan Jones. Row 2: Sandra Livick, Sheri Johnson, Debbie Davis, 
Angie Scott, Deborah Friesen, Marilyn Wilhams, Lisa Langelier, 
Cheryl Wliite, Pamela Justice, Becky Skiles, Charlene Nash- 



Accompanist, Geneva Smith, Cathy Woolf, Roberta Brown. Row 
3: Pamela Bray, Vivian Dean, Theresa Hubbard, Debbie Dearborn, 
Gary Bell, Steve Witherington, Robert Wilkson, Mark Sitterson, 
Victor Lambert, Creig Williams, Richard Lassiter, Leslie Calevas, 
Beth Modlin, Debra Harper, Martha Jones, Carol Delancey. 




Fifth Bell Chorus-Row 1: Mary Wall, Marie Cox, Janet Atherton, 
Kathy McPherson, Shirley Ohlman, Sharon Ives, Debbie Segrest. 
Row 2: Midge Dobbels, Karen Wallace, Diana Robinson, Cheryl 



Briden, Deborah Waughl, Gisele Bratton. Row 3: Valerie Somers, 
Vicki Carpenter, Jean Menge, Janet Bruen, Kathy Nolen, Mariane 
Miller. 



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Band 



The Kempsville Junior High Symphonic Band under the 
direction of Mr. William E. Flanagan is composed of 78 members 
and 9 majorettes. During football season, the marching band and 
majorettes performed at several games. In December the band 
joined the chorus in presenting "Christmas In Song", the first 
concert in the school auditorium. They also performed in the 
District Band Festival. 



Band Council Bill Gilliam, Secretary; Joanne Brazier, Head 
Majorette; Cindy Marshall, President; Bill McNew, Treasurer. 




Row I: Tony Martin, Cindy Morrisette, Pam Meyer, Kathy 
McNally, Bob Clowes, Roddey Calhoun, Terry Francis, Bonnie 
Jones, Paula Pruden, Leslie Dorsey, Susan Urso, Nancy Yaple, 
Susan Kocones, Nancy Brown. Row 2: Betty Watson, Cindy 
Marshall, Don Simmons, Robin Barton, Debbie Mitchell, Jode 
Shaw, Clayton Bemick, Patrice Bowles, Kay Fulcher, Sharon 
James, Scott I'oxwell, Tom Powers, Mark Stewart, Gerald Cobb, 
Tim Baxley, Mark Parker, Jerry Haste, William Mitchell, Larry 
Stauffer. Row 3: Lynne Gregory, Anne Higgens, Beverly Moss, 



John Dixon, Mark Lewis, Keith Scott, Eleish Higgins, Bill Gilliam, 
Marshall Lewis, F.Uis Forbes, Wayne Ziemba, Bill McNew, Gary 
Haste, John Ritter, Charles Harkness, Richard Wade, Richard | 
Mayfield, Delane Milner, Mike Skaltsounis. Row 4: John Bishop, 
Ricky Bliese, Mike Fheman, Gary KoelUng, Robert Traino, Tim 
Brewer, Gerry Bateman, Bob Hickman, Mike Kelly, Walt 
Anderson, Jeff Sweitzer, Doug Lightfoot, Floyd Warren, Tom 
East, William StahUng, Jack Knoeman. 





Row 1: Ricky Proctor, Deborah Calvctt, Brenda Meise, Pat Pugh, Mike Barrow, David Williams, Dallas Mooney, Beverly Hersch, 

Sue Pate, Darlene Stevenson, Keene Black, Pat Whitley, David Mike Hoover, Pegg Liverman, Robin Douglas, Rober Mandigo, 

Orban, Ben Hicks, Richard Harriman, Tim Hadley. Row 2: Ed William Smith. 
Schumacher, Robert Gcttridge, Mark Houchins, Anthony Mitchell, 




«( Row 1: Glenn Grandstaff, Hala Hammad, Tim Smith, Mike York, Sharon Jones, Linda Brutcher. Row 2; Steve McMillan, Robert 
J Alvin Kitzman, Ken Post, Ken Griffin, Joanne Blankenship, Gears, Mike Roe, Jim Bcasley, Bill Deary, Steve Pocan. 




Drama Club 




Members -Sea ted: Karen Conlin. Marie Cox, Judy Baiiks, Devon Lldndge.Sue Cox.Lenn> 
Handfinger. Jeff PlTnderburk. Ida Hardison, Mary Heath, Betty Cradle. Standing: Kathy 
l^rti. Micheie Renner, Val Houck, Ray Bateman, Robin Cross, Randy Barnes, William 
Kirby, Cindy Marshall, Sponsor-Miss Hogan, Jana Boyles, Phi lip Gordon , Susan Daniels, 
Jackie Criss, Sharlene Nash, Therese Hinson, Lenny Gray. M 



Drama Club membership is open to all students rather than just f 
those who take drama. The club participated in the Junior High 

Dramatics Festival in April and held their own niglit of one-act ( 
plays in the spring. 



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The Braves In Action 




Bobby Ambrose punts ball 




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The KJHS Championship Braves 




Only one defeat kept the Braves from a perfect season. Under 
the able coaching of Mr. Coulthard and Mr. Ingram, the team was 
one the school was proud of. Hard practice and outstanding effort 
and desire by the players resulted in our first football team being 
the Junior J.V. Champions. 



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Braves Win Tournament Championship 




The Team-Row 1: Buddy Hooper, Anthony Gilchrist, Tommy Glisson, Rodney Ricks, Jimmy Roberts, 
Chowns, Bobby Traino, Paul Hickman, Billy I'oster. Row 2: David Danny Rose, Coach Cochrane. 
Noel- Manager, Stacy Walker, Ralph Mott, Brett Poyner, Britt 



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Who is sleeping in the bleachers? Defense! George Mikan Drill. 
Defense stance-step and close. Boston to the Strong Side? 
Twenty Two. Where are my tennis shoes? How did I get this 
open-OH NO! A game minus two seconds and one call. Zone 
(Hello-Good Bye) Press. Who stuffed who Bert? Enter-Mr. 
Clutch, Exit-Fourth quarter clock watchers. Kempsville Number 
1. OH YEA!! 




With one hundred and thirty prospects in the 
"Dusty Dungeon", the Braves went to work for 
their basketball season. As the dust cleared fifteen 
ballplayers emerged. They heard about such things 
as Clearing out. Draw Charge, High-Low, Point 
Zone, Stack Man, and Sunday. Saturdays, Thanks- 
giving, and Christmas were spent with pounding of 
the "round ball" and some of the guys talking 
about Pride, Reacting, and playing with the heart. 
Do You Want It? The players did and finished the 
season as Tournament Champions and just six 
points from a perfect season. 



Co-Captam Brett Poyner, Coach Cochrane, Co-Captain Bobby Traino. 




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Wrestling Team Has Impressive Season 




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First Team-Row 1: Tony Tetterton, Joseph Moreau, Jeffrey 
Brown, David Clary, Jack Liies, Thomas Kerslake, Brian Catlin, 
Frank Welch. Row 2: Bruce Permeter, Tony Jennings, Steve 



Wood, Dalton Dunbar, James Everett, Brad Clements, Mark 
Barbee, Coach Bob Booth. 




Bayside 

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Plaza 
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■Virginia Beach 
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Princess Axine 
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Virginia Beach 
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Princess Anne 
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Plaza 
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Norfolk Academy 




Co-Captains David Clary and Frank Welch, Coach Bob Booth. 



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Due to hard work and long hours, the team ended the season 
with a respectable 6-2-1 record. The team scored a total of 338 
team points compared to 232 for opponents. The Braves had only 
132 points scored on them in the last seven matches. Also, the 
team had 37 pins on the season. 




Wrestling is lots of fun! 





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Mark seems to need help! 



Brad works for a pin 




The Team-Row 1: Tony Tetterton, Joseph Moreau, Jeffrey 
Brown, David Clary, Jack Liles, Thomas Kerslake, Brian Catlin, 
Frank Welch. Row 2: Bruce Permeter, Tony Jennings, Steve 
Wood, Dalton Dunbar, James Everett, Brad Clements, Mark 
Barbee. Row 3: David Lankford, Mark Storey, Danny Shannon, 
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John Wilson, Gaston Dalton, Glenn Grandstaff, Tim Hadley, 
Robert Wernick, Steve Burbage, Coach Bob Booth. Row 4: James 
Bartran, Bernard Gilchrist, Barry Clark, Mark Stewart, Tom 
Simmons, Robert Ambrose, William Douglas, Matt Francis, David 
McAnulty. 




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appreciation to all those who helped us in our 
efforts to bring this first yearbook to you. Special 

I thanks is extended to Mr. Doug Tillberg for his 

help with the photography, Mr. John Perry of 
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